I am still pondering the problem of scaling “agile” and whether it is a real thing or not. But this is my summary of where a coach will start … Essentially, they will ask some questions like: Who am I working with? What do they do? Who do they do it for? Then they might […]Read More Where would an agile coach start if they wanted to help my organization become agile?
If you want to scale agile beyond one team you should probably use an agile coach to help you on your journey But watch out – some have signed the agile for evil manifesto and might not be a good fit for where you and your team want to end up. This is the manifesto […]Read More If you want to scale agile you should use a coach. But watch out – some are working for evil agile
I just looked it up in the dictionary: Agile is an adjective. It means “able to move quickly and easily”.Read More Hang on. Agile is an adjective
Editors warning – sorry this article is a bit long, but I was in a rush so I didn’t have time to shorten it 🙂 I have found that agile practices work really well for a team, as long as you know the secret of agile (found here). You can also see some videos on […]Read More Should we use a framework like SAFE or LESS to bring agile into large organisations?
I was in two related conversations recently – what is the secret to being agile (mentioned here).and “how do you scale agile to work in big organisations”. I will publish the secret to scaling agile soon, but I realised that there is one danger that you need to be aware of before you start to […]Read More If you want to scale agile – watch out for the heroes. They might bring you down